The Town Hall is one of the most remarkable buildings of La Ferte-sous-Jouarre. On the neo-Gothic architecture, its construction dates from 1885. It was built on the site of the "Grand Dauphin Crowned" inn of the 16th century, transformed into City Hall in 1762 under the aegis of Simon Gueuvin, then mayor of the city and polished.
An architectural competition program was developed. He planned every detail of construction, from materials (including, naturally, the millstone for foundations) to window handles. Thus it is clear that the flat bricks had come from the region of Reuil. Thirteen candidates presented their projects. This is Paul Héneux was retained. For the project, he surrounded himself with the best artists of the time, Bourgeois, Glaize, Deshayes, Desbois ...
Today, the building stands in the heart of the city serves as a link between the historical heritage of the past that has not withstood the successive wars and disruptions in lifestyle and contemporary heritage unique to peaceful of the soul for those who know Fertoise stroll.
Free guided tours every first Tuesday of the month between May and October of registration with the Tourist Office of La Ferte-sous-Jouarre. Reservation throughout the year for groups.